Sunday, March 9, 2014

Bright Ideas Blog Hop Round 2: Cheap Classroom Bulletin Boards.

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Who loves cute bulletin boards? More like, who doesn't like cute bulletin boards?!

As teachers, we have all the money in the world to spend on making tons of fancy bulletin boards.
Bahahaha!
I seriously hate how much money I used to spend on bulletin board paper. It was such a waste!

Well now I have a secret that has me saying, "I will never buy those expensive bulletin board paper rolls ever again!" Here is why.....

Plastic table clothes from Dollar Tree!  

                 Here are some pictures from my classroom. 

 

The table clothes are easy to use. Learn from my mistake, you need to pull it tightly as you staple or hot glue to a wall or door. If you don't, you'll have some wrinkles going on.


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10 comments:

  1. The tablecloths come in such bright colors too! I might have to try this next year.

    Sara :)
    The Colorful Apple

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  2. Great idea...no fading? I'll have to remember this for next year! =)

    Tanya
    A+ Firsties

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    1. I'm not sure if they fade. This is my first year using them. I'm going to assume they don't, because they still look great more than halfway through the year.

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  3. The bright colors are great! Lots more selection than from our crummy butcher paper rolls lol.

    Buzzing with Ms. B

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  4. I have been doing this for years. I love it, too, because they are huge and cover a large area so cheaply. Mine don't rip, as long as I am careful. Much cheaper than fabric and easier than trying to do the big butcher paper on my own.

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  5. Mary I love your new blog design. Your fly to the top button is adorable.
    Tammy
    thespacecoastteacher.blogspot.com

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